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Quote from: bUTTHOLEmAN on July 09, 2012, 07:15:24 PM
$50 x 3 = $150.
Asking price on discogs = $135.

Priced from the actual show.

$60 on Amrep this evening. $60 X 3 $180.
Asking price on Discogs = $135
Quote from: bUTTHOLEmAN on July 09, 2012, 06:16:49 PM
At nearly three times the original cost.   :?

Hardly. It's closer to double, at $60 a pop, and less than eBay. Not my copy. Just wanted to help.

Anyone in NYC---there was a sealed copy at Kim's for $175.00 when I was there the other day.
Quote from: (the) flutter nuts on July 09, 2012, 05:58:03 PM
Quote from: pinkyslim on July 09, 2012, 05:55:22 PM
today is  good day! :D

I'm glad someone's having a good day! I've been having a really shitty day and missing this is the fucking icing on the cake.

Aren't you in Canada? You should grab this copy.
San Francisco
Santa Clara
$70 gets you a DVD of the AmRep Bash as well as the poster and CD.
I don't know where the 5K number is coming from since The Melvins thought they should be getting 5K in the late nineties.
For those who missed it---it has been archived.

Melvins Show Reviews / Re: Brooklyn Zoo!
June 08, 2011, 03:28:45 PM
Yes, the "third drummer" was  Vinnie Signorelli,  Foetus/Swans/Unsane,  who completed last night's drum circle. Can't decide which night I liked better, they were amazing both nights, but I still prefer them as a three piece and hope they, one day, lose the appendage. In attendance: Brian Posehn, Nick Zinner (Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs), Mick Collins (Gories/Dirtbombs), Chris Spencer (Unsane) and Paul Erickson (Hammerhead/VAZ).
Melvins Show Reviews / Re: Brooklyn Zoo!
June 07, 2011, 03:22:42 PM
Quote from: ZAPPAJOE on June 07, 2011, 10:39:28 AM
Great show.  Anybody who complains about this lineup is a fool.  They need to stand in front of Dale and Coady for 30 seconds and it would become painfully obvious.  The dual-drums are the real deal.

I thought the crowd was relatively mellow.  There were a few moments of slight insanity, but I've definitely been to rougher shows.

I must be a fool then because I hate the addition of Big Business. Having seen the Melvins as both a three and four piece, I prefer the former. Maybe it's the purist in me.
Melvins Show Reviews / Re: Brooklyn Zoo!
June 06, 2011, 10:04:08 PM
Quote from: fraxs on June 06, 2011, 07:29:23 PM
Residency sets sold out already.
I thought they were limiting them one per person. Heard some people got three at a time. Oh well.

Friend got there at 6:30 to get a copy for the both of us. Said there were already fifteen people behind him. That's an hour and a half before doors opened. By the time I got there two hours later---CD sets and BSM were gone.
I have an extra hard ticket for the 6/7 show that I would like to trade for 6/6. I'm in Greenpoint---let me know if you're interested.
This 7" is so shitty I should just give mine away.